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Majority say shutdown doesn’t affect them (access required)

75% claim no direct effects from government closures

The government shutdown stretched past the one-month mark this week, and it has already had a number of effects. Hundreds of thousands of federal employees have not been paid, though some of them are still working. Limited or no staffing at several government agencies has led to official functions ceasing or slowing. Wait times for security ...

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